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Read 'Nog in the Fog'
Miss Cohen's, Emma's and Ms. Fullerton's groups
Well done everyone, you have now learned all of the sounds in set 1 and 2. You will now review and consolidate all the sounds!
Follow the link below to review the sound 'sh'. Listen to the word, sound it out and spell it!
Miss Fernando's group -
We have finished learning all the sounds for Reception! Today we are going to practise blending and reading words in a sentence substitution activity. Read the sentence and then change some of the words to make a new sentence. Remember the sentence has to make sense.
Follow this link to Sentence Substitution
Click on the Start button
Click on the fifth sentence
Move the orange words to replace some of the red words to make a new sentence.
Today we are going to practise sharing objects into equal groups. First watch the video below:
Can you now use some objects such as grapes, lego or pebbles to share the amount equally? How many objects do you get in each group after you shared them?
Share 6 between 3 groups
Share 8 between 2 groups
Share 10 between 5 groups
Share 12 between 4 groups
This week we are learning all about sharks. Today we are going to do a science experiment to help us find out how sharks float. When they're in the water, they don't sink all the way to the bottom of the sea. Sharks are buoyant which means that they float. They need to keep moving to help them stay buoyant.
A shark has oil inside their liver. Sharks rely on their really big oily liver to help them stay buoyant in the water.
To do the experiment you will need:
- 2 empty bottles or 2 empty bags/balloons that can be sealed
- 1 big tub filled with water (you could use a sink)
- Some vegetable oil
- Some water
- Optional: 2 pictures of a shark (or a marker to draw sharks on the bottles)
1. Fill each bottle equally with water and oil.
2. Fill a tub or sink with water.
3. Draw sharks onto your bottles.
4. Talk about what you think might happen? Which one will sink or float?
5. Put the two bottles into the water and watch what happens!
The oil filled bottle floats! This is exactly what the oil filled liver of the shark does. Oil is lighter that water which is why the water bottle sunk.
You can watch the experiment below
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